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Using an arsenal of weapons including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the California Coastal Act, the Public Trust Doctrine and the federal and state Endangered Species Act, DeLano & DeLano assists clients in ensuring that the places they love and the natural resources they value are protected to the utmost extent possible. Most often this takes the form of fighting against development proposals, both through participation in the public input phases of project approval, and through litigation.

Examples of our work in this area include representing plaintiffs in litigation against:

  • a State department of transportation, resulting in a multi-year injunction forcing the agency to decrease its water pollution;

  • a major San Diego shipyard, which resulted in a court-ordered cleanup and fine;

  • a proposed reopening of an older-technology oil refinery, resulting in a settlement that ensured the site would be cleaned up and the refinery would not resume operations
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